There are times when all you want to do is print a label. Many Mac word processors have an option for labels, and there are standalone applications which manage mailing lists and management, as well as custom label creation. Those apps are usually expensive and complex to use.
What if all you need is to create a simple address label that you can use over and over again?
For that there’s the inexpensive and simple-to-use Address Label Designer app for the Mac. The only bells and whistles built in to this basic app is the options to create a new label, open a saved label, and print out the label on a number of Avery label pages.
Designing a label in Address Label Designer is a pleasant experience, even if you’ve never designed anything on a Mac. Drag and drop images to the editor frame, add the text you need for the label, resize and crop as needed.
Address Label Designer comes with the ability to change colors, adjust fonts for size and style, and print out a single label or an entire sheet of Avery labels.
You’ll be able to see how the labels line up on the label sheets before you print, including graphic location, spacing, font, and more. The Print Single Label option actually displays options to print one label or up to 30 labels across the page.
Address Label Designer is priced low because it doesn’t come with all the options of a full-featured label app. There’s no option to import address lists, and it works only with a variety of Avery label sheets.
That said, it works well, doesn’t cost much, and it’s easy to setup and use.